Mariah Carey: "The lockdown gave me back my voice"


January 04, 2022

Mariah Carey found during the lockdown a rare opportunity that had not appeared "for years".
Mariah Carey believes that the lockdown of COVID-19 was a blessing, as she was able to properly rest her voice for the first time in years.

The pop diva found that the lockdown gave her "her voice back", as he was able to rest her because he could not make live appearances or tour.

"Fortunately, I was able to rest my voice during COVID and although we do not wish it on anyone, I was able to sleep and it gave me back my voice in a way that has not happened in years," she said in a recent interview. in the "NME".

Over the past year, Mariah Carey has been recording new music at The Butterfly Lounge studios in Los Angeles and Atlanta, Georgia, and has collaborated with a number of undercover artists on a top-secret project expected to be released in 2022.

"There are some of our friends who sing in this with us, and they are superstars and young girls in their teens and it's amazing. "I am very excited that the new year will be released", she revealed.

Mariah Carey also said that her partner, Bryan Tanaka, is filming behind the scenes to give her fans a taste of the process she goes through to create and record her own songs.

"One of the things we do at The Butterfly Lounge is that Tanaka is filming behind the scenes, which I hate," he said, laughing with a sham.

"So you do not see me as all glitter, I're the only one who writes and does the production, something you do not see most women do. "They may do it and not care what they look like, but it's not me!" He said.